The Students’ Parliament is composed of the Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister, Home Minister, Health & Welfare Minister etc and a democratically elected body of student representatives. Two members, a boy and a girl, are elected from each section of each class. The main aim of the Parliament is to address the needs and concerns of the entire student body. Thus, they develop confidence and other leadership qualities like self-discipline, self-control, social awareness, positive thinking and responsibility towards the environment, community and nation. Three members of the Faculty are appointed as Advisors to the Students Council.
The AEMS believes that learning happens within and outside the domain of the classroom. Regular Study tours and excursions are organized to sensitize children to the richness of our historical, cultural and natural heritage.